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In secret groups on Facebook's instant messaging service, Whats App, we found scammers sharing tips on mimicking American accents and female voices.
In the Whats App groups, criminals advertised Australian bank accounts to launder money and buyers offered to send gifts to Australian romance scam victims. At an outdoor concert in Accra, hundreds of young Ghanians have gathered to dance, listen to music and party.
At a shrine on the outskirts of Accra, businesswoman and celebrity fetish priestess Nana Agradaa casts spells for her customers to help them make money.
Nana Agradaa takes 100 cedis () a session from cafe boys to deliver them the power to manipulate their victims.
The 27-year-old, who calls himself Kweiku, is searching for 'clients' — scammer parlance for victims who can be conned online into sending money.
The Australian man has been sending webcam equipment to Ghana so he can finally see and hear her live."Did you get the mic I sent? "It's lucrative, low-risk and it's increasing every day."Entrepreneurs are capitalising on the scam industry.Other times they might send you money and ask you to send it to another account for them.Sometimes, scammers may ask a victim to open a bank account for them.There are day-by-day formats for every scam: among the hundreds found by Four Corners were military formats, sick mother scripts, lotto formats, gay sex chat formats, sugar daddy formats and "trust and love" scripts.Scammers advertise Facebook profiles, stolen photos of military personnel and photo doctoring skills for fabricating IDs and even medical emergencies.
Rather than trying to get money from the victim, these scammers make you an accomplice in money laundering.